Birmingham lockdown rules tightened as Covid cases rise

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As published in the youtube page by Suraj Sarishma Vlog: Read full article here:\n\n\n\nA series of tougher measures have been imposed in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull after a surge in the number of Covid-19 cases. From Tuesday, separate households in the three West Midlands council areas will not be able to mix. The restrictions will not affect schools, transport or workplaces. The move follows two days of discussions between the government and regional health and local authority leaders after the citys seven-day infection rate rose to 78. 2 cases per 100,000 of the population. Guidance that people could not socialise outside of their households in the city would be made law, the UK health secretary, Matt Hancock, announced. Public health officials in Liverpool said the city had been added to the governments watchlist of areas of concern after a significant rise in confirmed cases. A total of 303 people had been diagnosed with the virus in the last seven days double the number recorded in the previous week and four times that of the week before. The West Midlands mayor, Andy Street, announced the ban on households mixing in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull at a briefing on Friday, describing it as a national intervention ban on people socialising with people outside their household. The ban will officially come into force on Tuesday 15 September, but Street urged the public to start adhering immediately. We were expecting a national announcement this morning to provide the backdrop to this conference. That release has not yet gone out but I have had a conversation with the secretary of state Hancock and we have agreed to make that announcement here. There will be a ban on households meeting in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull. The restrictions are on meeting between households. The three local authorities affected are to be restricted in their entirety. Though the ban does not come into effect until Tuesday people are asked to observe the guidance before then. Clive Wright, the Covid-19 regionalv

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